This column is the first in a monthly series that will provide insights from attorneys on a range of issues to better manage a solo legal practice. Topics will include marketing, technology, public relations, fees, CLE and offices, among other aspects of practice management.

Notably, these are issues rarely discussed in law school. However, if not addressed properly and promptly, attending to them can interrupt work on cases and consume hours of otherwise productive time. Speaking to their peers, several attorneys will share below how they attend to these aspects of their practices, so they may resolve such mundane issues and move forward to serve their clients.

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